About Mark Mazullo

Mazullo's research interests include issues of identity and authenticity in popular music culture. His most recent research addresses the music of Soviet composer Dmitri Shostakovitch. He has received numerous grants to travel to Russia and France to view rare materials, listen to recordings and receive advanced coaching on this music.
Mazullo's articles on Nirvana, PJ Harvey and music in the films of David Lynch have appeared in The Musical Quarterly, Popular Music, The Journal of the American Musicological Society, Johns Hopkins Magazine and the Star Tribune.
He teaches courses in Music, Politics, Identify, and Western Music, 17th, 18th Century. Mazullo frequently performs as a pianist in solo, chamber and concerto settings.
EDUCATION:
B.M., The Catholic University of America
M.M., Peabody Conservatory, Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Mazullo has been teaching at Macalester since 1999.

Positions

Present Professor, Music, Macalester College
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Disciplines

None

Research Interests

Music of Dmitri Shostakovitch and Issues of identity and authenticity in popular music culture

Courses

  • 19th Century Western Music
  • Musical Performance and Interpretation
  • Popular Music in Theory and Practice


Contact Information

Macalester College
Music 107
1600 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
(651) 696-6582

Email:


Articles (9)

Books (1)

Performances (24)